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Vintage ladies enjoying a Bugatti

Unknown photographer - unknown location - unknown ladies

Unknown Bugatti, must be Type 46, or perhaps Type 50

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  1. the Bugatti revue The worlds first on-line Bugatti focussed magazine!

  2. All back issues of the Bugatti revue

  3. All Bugatti types with technical caracteristics, in a large table

  4. All Bugatti types with very detailed specifications, descriptions and details, one page per type

  5. Bugattis by chassis numbers

  6. Picture Sheets of the Bugattis, per Catagory

    Information on the Bugatti types is also included!
  7. Jacob Munkhammar Bugatti site
    This site was missed since 2001, I put it back on line, thanks to Pascal van Mele, the version is of January 2001!
    Especially the the Hunting for Bugatti Information, "Everything Bugatti" (articles) and the Bugatti cars database are of the most interest, but you will find much more!!!
    However, of course Jacob does not respond to mails anymore, some older links may not work, the Pim Faber books, models and stamps databases do not work, and the Hunting Bugatti Questions are not followed up. As a service, I will post all answers to his existing questions on my pages, new questions will be published on my site also!

  8. Bugatti up to date information / News.

  9. Bugatti Commercial / Merchandise.

  10. Bugatti special garages special pages

  11. Bugatti Clubs over the world
  12. Bugatti Aircraft Association

  13. Bugatti car simulator 2 (Android) (iOS)

  14. Bugatti miniature models

  15. Archive of older articles and information

  16. Other Bugatti links

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June 25, 2022
Bugatti presents Chiron L’Ébé

Bugatti honors Ettore's daughter with a special edition

Bugatti pays homage to Ettore Bugatti’s daughter, L’Ébé, with final spectacular units of the Chiron and Chiron Sport for Europe, finished with unique Art Deco style details.

L'Ébé Bugatti, Ettore Bugatti's daughter and eldest child, was very close to him, like a soul mate. Bugatti is now honoring L'Ébé with a very special small series of three cars. For the final delivery of the Chiron and Chiron Sport in Europe, Bugatti's designers developed a Chiron and two Chiron Sport with the name L'Ébé. All three hand-crafted hyper sports cars are bearing unique details in the Art Deco style.

As the eldest child of Ettore and Barbara Bugatti, L'Ébé, born in 1903, had more insight into the extraordinary rise of Bugatti than anyone else. Ettore even chose to hide his own initials “EB” in her first name, so L'Ébé would not have to forgo the Bugatti surname even after marriage (Another more romantic possible thought behind l'Ébé's name is that it reflects the union of her two parents, Ettore - Barbara. Ed). In her later book “The Story of Bugatti”, a biography of Ettore, she gave invaluable details into the history of the brand and her father himself.

Now, L’Ébé herself also becomes an important part of Bugatti history. The Chiron and Chiron Sport L’Ébé draw inspiration from her love of Art Deco style. Chiron’s character lines are mostly echoed in the famous Bugatti Type 57 G Tank that won Le Mans in 1937 – here on the L’Ébé those lines are accented in gold, shimmering against the exposed blue-tinted carbon body. Gold highlights also adorn the “EB” badging, the famous horseshoe grille and parts of the 8.0-liter W16 engine cover. Even the wheels come with an understated gold tint.

L’Ébé’s signature logo hides subtly on the underside of the retractable rear spoiler, as well as on the treadplates and hand-stitched into the headrests of the seats. The cabin subtly mirrors the exterior, with exposed blue-tinted carbon visible throughout and a light versus dark theme, hinting at L’Ébé’s dark blue body and gold highlights. The door panel on the driver’s side is finished predominantly in “Silk” leather with “Lake Blue” highlights. The passenger’s, meanwhile, reverses the colour scheme. Each door panel features a motif of the visual evolution of Bugatti’s most iconic cars, from early Grand Prix racers through to EB110, Veyron and Chiron. L’Ébé’s numerous bespoke touches perfectly showcase Bugatti’s limitless creativity and craftsmanship when it comes to exclusive tailor-made projects.

Christophe Piochon, President of Bugatti Automobiles, said: “L’Ébé Bugatti’s biography of her father consists of numerous diary entries by Ettore himself, letters from his early employees, customers, business partners and her own experiences. It helps a lot to understand Ettore’s personality, his goals and the appreciation everyone had for him and his products. With this knowledge we could transmit the Bugatti DNA into the present time maintaining the essence, grade of perfection and quality standards up to this very day. Through this unique configuration and use of her name for the final Chiron and Chiron Sport, we wanted to honor her with the status she deserves in our brand’s history.”

The Bugatti Chiron, introduced to the world in 2016, was the first production car to deliver 1,500 PS of power, creating an entirely new sector of hyper sports car performance. Its 8.0-liter W16 quad-turbocharged engine, advanced four-wheel-drive system and lightweight chassis set new standards not just for acceleration, top speed and handling but also for comfort, usability and reliability.

It has since become the template for a number of different evolutions of the Bugatti hyper sports car, including Chiron Sport, Chiron Pur Sport and Chiron Super Sport. The three exclusive Bugatti Chiron L’Ébé mark the end of Chiron and Chiron Sport in Europe. The Chiron L’Ébé and a Chiron L’Ébé Sport have already been delivered and the third model will be delivered by the end of the month.


June 25, 2022
Record number of Bugattis on Auction

During the coming months there is a record number of 20 (correction: 21) Bugattis that will be on auction, so it's time to see what savings you have! All auctions are listed on the Events part of this page !

The list of Bugattis, to be auctioned in several countries worldwide, is the following:

  • 1913 Bugatti Type 15 Tourer by Chauvet, Chassis no. 580, Offered Without Reserve
  • 1925 Bugatti Type 30 Tourer, Chassis No. 4725, Offered Without Reserve (auctiones March 5, 2020: Not sold)
  • 1925 Bugatti Type 35A Grand Prix, Chassis No: 4631
  • "1926" Bugatti Type 35A Replica, Estimate: 280,000 - 380,000 EUR
  • "1930" Bugatti Type 35B Replica by Pur Sang, Engine No. 397BO, Chassis No. 397
  • Pur Sang Bugatti T37A
  • 1928 Bugatti Type 43A Roadster by Lavocat et Marsaud, Chassis No. 43233, Engine No. 62
  • 1931 Bugatti Type 51 Grand Prix, Chassis no. 51154
  • 1932 Bugatti Type 55 Roadster in the style of Jean Bugatti, Chassis No. 55219, Engine No. 11
  • "1932" Bugatti Type 55 Super Sport Roadster Replica by Pur Sang, Chassis No. "55227"
  • 1932 Bugatti Type 55 Cabriolet, Chassis no. 55230
  • 1936 Bugatti Type 57 Stelvio, Chassis No. 57406, Engine No. 286, Gearbox No. 68C
  • 1937 Bugatti Type 57C Ventoux, Chassis no. 57506
  • 1939 Bugatti T57C Gangloff Coupé, 57524, Opening Bid: USD 1,000.00
  • 1938 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster in the style of Corsica, Chassis No. 57601
  • 1938 Bugatti Type 57 Atlantic Replica by Erik Koux, Chassis No. 57654 (Sold at auction on February 8, 2019, for €852,936)
  • 1936 Bugatti Type 57 Cabriolet in the Style of Gangloff, Chassis No. 57668
  • 1938 Bugatti Type 57C Atalante Gangloff Chassis no. 57767
  • 1939 Bugatti Type 57C Cabriolet by Gangloff, Chassis No. 57769
  • 1939 Bugatti Type 57C Aravis Special Cabriolet by Gangloff, Chassis No. 57798, Engine No. 431
  • 1939 Bugatti Type 57C Cabriolet in the style of Corsica, Chassis No. 57838, Engine No. 105C
Plus various other interesting items, including a few Jaguar based "Tribute" cars which look quite nice, and may even be affordable!


June 5, 2022
Donation received

As some of you may have noted, there is a "Donate" button at the very end of this page.

It has been there for about 15 years, maybe more, and until last week I never received a donation.

Then, an Italian collector sent me an e-mail with a very detailed question, but also with the remark that he liked my website so much, and appreciated my work that he wanted to make a donation.

Thus, I told him where the button could be found, and he sent me a donation, and a substantial one I must say, Thanks!
I will use it to continue to provide all Bugattistes with the info they appreciate.


June 5, 2022
Auction result

Christie's Live Auction 21065 - DESIGN France, May 25, 2022

  • 1930 Bugatti Baby, Estimate: EUR 30,000 - 50,000, Sold for EUR 144,900


May 26, 2022

Bugatti wins at Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d'Este

Bugatti wins several times at Concorso d’Eleganza with the ‘Best of Show’ award, the ‘Fiva Trophy’and the ‘Design award’.

A Bugatti Type 57S VanVooren Cabriolet has been pronounced ‘Best of Show’ at the annual Concorso d’Eleganza on the shores of Lake Como – one of four awards handed to Bugatti vehicles at the event. Other winners included a Type 59 Sports racing car, which won the ‘FIVA Trophy’ for ‘Best Preserved Pre-War Car’ and the Bugatti Bolide, which won the coveted ‘Design Award’.

The world’s finest vehicles meet once a year at the Concorso d’Eleganza by Lake Como, Italy. But even among the best in the world there can be only one winner, and this year the honor was bestowed upon a Bugatti Type 57S VanVooren Cabriolet. It was one of four Bugatti vehicles on display and, as well as winning its class, it was also named ‘Best of Show’.

With seven different classes on display, the Bugatti Type 57S featured in class A, ‘The Golden Age of Elegance: The Art Deco Era of Motor Car Design’. The technical excellence comes from Bugatti, while the elegant convertible body is the work of VanVooren, based in Courbevoie in the suburbs of Paris. The convertible still makes an impression nowadays with its proportions and clear lines. It is the first of just four Bugatti Type 57S cars to have been built with a VanVooren convertible body. One of its previous owners replaced the original engine with a V8 for test purposes. Following some extensive research, the original straight eight-cylinder engine – which was lost for over 40 years – was relocated, a true modern-day miracle.

Alongside the Type 57S in class A was a rare Bugatti Type 59 Sports race car from 1934, the ex - king Leopold car, and a Type 57C Stelvio Cabriolet with Gangloff bodywork from 1937. Having served as a factory race car in 1934 and 1935, the Type 59 Sports was converted into a sports car and successfully competed in races until 1937. It only had five owners, one of which was King Leopold III of Belgium from 1938. This vehicle now counts among the most significant racing Bugattis and is widely admired for its originality.
Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este judges were so impressed that the Type 59 was awarded the FIVA Trophy for Best Preserved Pre-War Car.

The Stelvio Cabriolet was the first Type 57 to be installed with a supercharger by Bugatti. Bugatti named it after the Passo dello Stelvio – otherwise known as the Stelvio Pass – as this steep mountain pass was effortlessly summited by its powerful engine. The bodywork comes from the exclusive coachbuilder, Gangloff, based in Colmar, France – just a stone’s throw from Bugatti’s headquarters in Molsheim. The Cabriolet’s art deco bumpers are worthy of note, being the only known example of this Bugatti to be adorned with such details.

In the ‘Concept Cars and Prototypes’ class, the new Bugatti Bolide starred as one of seven prototypes on display, winning the coveted Design Award of the class. The experimental study, Bolide, answers the question as to what a Bugatti would look like if it was stripped back to its cutting-edge essentials and based around the iconic 8.0-liter VVR16 engine. When the concept was initially unveiled in 2020, such was the desire from customers around the world that Bugatti made the decision to produce a small production series of 40 units of the Bolide – all build slots of which immediately sold out.

The extreme, track-focused hyper sports car has an unparalleled weight-to-power ratio. Bugatti explored a new dimension of hyper sports cars thanks to its W16 engine producing 1,600 PS combined with the Bolide’s ultra-high downforce setup. The Bolide achieves LMP-like performance figures – all without compromising optimum handling capacity. However, in keeping with a core philosophy of the brand, the Bolide’s performance will be highly accessible to all drivers behind the wheel to create a unique yet confidence-inspiring experience.

Christophe Piochon, President of Bugatti Automobiles said: “The Concorso d‘Eleganza Villa d’Este is one of the most beautiful and significant events in the world of classic cars and luxury sports cars. We are proud to be a part of it again this year with four quite exceptional vehicles. We are humbled that a Bugatti vehicle should win the prestigious ‘Best of Show’ Award among such renowned competition, as well as winning its class. It’s also an honor to see a wonderfully original Type 59 Sports win the FIVA Trophy and for the ‘Concorso d’Eleganza Design Award’ for ‘Concept Cars and Prototypes’ to be given to Bolide. All these vehicles showcase Bugatti’s enduring values despite being separated by nearly 90 years: design, performance, elegance, and quality.”


May 22, 2022

Obituary: Simon Diffey

I recently heard from various sources that Simon Diffey (57) was killed in an accident while driving his much-loved little vintage Brescia Bugatti, on Saturday May 14. This was in a collision with an ambulance on blues and twos. He was pronounced dead at the scene on the A6.

Simon was a very talented racer, and a consistent winner in a variety of cars. He lavished meticulous care and preparation on the Bugatti, his Lotus Formula Juniors, the Connaught that he raced for a friend, and his self-built Humbug and Austin 7. Then he drove them to the maximum, whether in a VSCC trial or in the highest-profile races at Goodwood and in Europe.

But more than that, he was a one-off: a hugely generous-spirited man who would help out a fellow-competitor, a friend or a stranger without a second thought. This was not only in motorsport but also in business, for his firm Merry Printers was the go-to supplier when teams, restoration firms, race promoters, clubs and private owners in the car world needed anything printed.

Simon could not help being an entertainer, generating outrageous fun wherever he went. With his warm generosity, and his skill and sportsmanship behind the wheel, small wonder that he was one of the best-known and best-loved people in historic motor sport. Suddenly all that has come to an abrupt halt, leaving only a gaping hole on the track and in the paddock, and a legion of friends with a burden of regret and sadness.

Simon will be reunited with his brother James, another Bugatti man who sadly passed away due to cancer at an early age. The Diffey brothers memory will live on in uk vintage motorsport.


May 22, 2022
Jean Bugatti's personal watch offered on auction

After Ettore Bugatti's watch, more precisely the one which he left for his son Michel from his 2nd marriage, having been auctioned just over a year ago, now Jean Bugatti's watch is offered in an auction to be held on June 12.

This "MIDO FOR BUGATTI" watch has the No. 200.775, which places it in the first series of 54 pieces with serial numbers 200736-200789 inclusive, produced in 1925-26. The announcement however does not give any details as to why this particular watch should be the one personally used by Jean, especially as another watch, with number 307215 was also claimed to be that of Jean....

One wonders if this particular watch will attain the same incredible price of €280,700 as the one sold last year!

Info from the website:

MIDO FOR BUGATTI
Jean Bugatti's personal watch / yellow gold grille on blue leather No. 200.775, circa 1925.

  • Estimate €80,000 - €120,000
  • Case in yellow gold 750 thousandths in the shape of a typical Bugatti radiator , red enamelled brand logo and stylized winding crown in the form of a radiator cap at 12 o'clock, hinged caseback, inside case back, the interior of the case covered with a pattern like the dashboards of dashboards of the brand's competition cars.
  • Silvered dial with squares in its rare original states, Arabic numerals painted in black, Bréguet hands in blued steel.
  • Strap in blue reptile leather of command with buckle in yellow gold 750 thousandths.
  • Movement: Round hand-wound mechanical caliber signed Mido and numbered 5456.
  • Dimensions: 22.5 x 34 mm (with crown).
  • Length of the bracelet : 20 cm.
  • Condition : Good condition (case reported).
  • We would like to thank the Mido factory and its heritage curator for for opening their archives to us. Research from last year, showed that Mido does not have any archives any more on this era (Ed.)


May 22, 2022
Auction results

Bonhams Auction: 'LES GRANDES MARQUES a MONACO', May 13, 2022

  • 1927 Bugatti T35 B, Chassis no. 4888. Engine n°: 202T from #4944, Estimate: €2,000,000 - €3,000,000: Sold at €2,000,000 (with or without premium not stated)
  • 1929 Bugatti Type 37, Chassis no. 37385, Engine no. 287, Estimate: €800,000 - €1,100,000: Sold at €862,500 (including premium)


April 7, 2022
Obituary: Barrie Price

I just today got the message from the Bugatti Trust that Barrie Price passed away yesterday morning, just short of his 91st birthday. His health had deteriorated quite sharply in the last few weeks. He is now at peace.

Barrie was the last surviving founding Trustee of the Bugatti Trust. He was also Chairman of the Bugatti Owners’ Club from 1988 – 1998 and Vice President from 1989.

For the general public Barrie will be more known as the author of several books on a single type of Bugatti, works on the T40, the 8-cylinder touring cars, the big Bugattis T46 and T50, and a work on the T57. Some of these books, which was very novel at the time, to write a book on a single type of Bugatti, were written together with Jean-Louis Arbey from France. Barrie is also known for being the owner of the Pope T57S Atlantic for quite a while, most excentric of the Bugatti's he owned and worked on.

A true gentleman and a font of knowledge, he will be sorely missed.

Above, Barrie Price, being interviewed at his home in Wixford back in September 2020 by current Trust chairman Hugh Conway and volunteer Simon Berry.


April 4, 2022
Bugatti Rimac to Open New Berlin Design and Engineering Hub

Zagreb / Berlin 30-3-2022
A NEW ENGINEERING AND DESIGN CENTER IN BERLIN WILL BE A FOCAL POINT OF THE FUTURE OF BUGATTI RIMAC. ACHIM ANSCHEIDT, RECENTLY APPOINTED DESIGN DIRECTOR AT BUGATTI RIMAC, WILL WORK HAND-IN-HAND WITH CTO EMILIO SCERVO BETWEEN BERLIN AND ZAGREB TO DEVELOP THE NEXT GENERATION OF BUGATTI AND RIMAC HYPERCARS.

As two of the world’s most renowned hypercar manufacturers embark on an all-new era under the Bugatti Rimac joint company, a new innovation hub in Berlin expands its European footprint. Focused on the design and engineering of future Bugatti Rimac technologies and products, the Berlin-based team will work hand-in-hand with colleagues at the Bugatti Rimac HQ in Zagreb, overseen by newly-announced Bugatti Rimac Design Director, Achim Anscheidt, and Bugatti Rimac CTO, Emilio Scervo.

While the Headquarters of Bugatti Rimac remain in Zagreb with the majority of employees and future expansion building-up in Croatia, this new Berlin hub operates under a new German subsidiary company, Bugatti Rimac GmbH. It houses not only design and engineering teams, but also other Bugatti Rimac functions, including Procurement, Finance, Program Management, IT, Legal and Marketing that work hand-in-hand with their colleagues in Croatia and in Molsheim. It is very deliberately chosen as one of the most vibrant, creative and innovative areas of Germany.

For decades, Berlin has thrived as a city that nurtures start-ups and rewards outlandish ideas. To this day, it remains an epicenter for artists and designers, as well as technology start-up businesses and incubators. It is the ideal platform from which to nurture the new engineering and visual identity of future Bugatti and Rimac vehicles under Bugatti Rimac.

The Group’s global headquarters is located near Zagreb, Croatia, and will transition to the brand-new, €200M, 100,000 m2 Rimac Campus. Bugatti will maintain its production facilities in Molsheim, France, where it will continue to manufacture its cutting-edge hypercars.

To forge the next chapter of automotive history as a multinational company, Bugatti Rimac combines Rimac’s unique agility, in-house technical expertise and innovative drive with Bugatti’s expansive heritage, engineering excellence and unique design will create the next generation of sector-defining hypercars.

Together, Achim Anscheidt, Chief Designer and Emilio Scervo, CTO of Bugatti Rimac, will assemble the kind of forward-thinking minds necessary to develop the future of the world’s leading hypercar business. Positions are already available for Concept Chief Engineer, Head of High-Voltage Systems and Components, Head of Fine Mechanics, as well as design roles with specific focus on interior, exterior and VR.

Adriano Mudri, previously Director of Design of Rimac Automobili, is becoming the Director of Design of a future mobility-focused sister company to Rimac, developing next-generation vehicles that will be revealed at a later point.

Mate Rimac, CEO at Bugatti Rimac, said: “Bugatti Rimac GmbH is an exciting new expansion of the business. This new subsidiary will be deeply involved in many exciting hypercar projects that we are very much looking forward to sharing with the world. Our team is expanding day by day, and Bugatti Rimac GmbH represents an opportunity for the very best in the industry to join us, demonstrate their skills, and be part of a company that’s re-defining the hypercar.”

Achim Anscheidt, Design Director at Bugatti Rimac, said: “From the inception of the Veyron to the end of the Chiron era, this legacy will mark one chapter of the Bugatti story but now we are preparing for an all-new era with Bugatti Rimac. With the opening of our new Berlin office, we’re preparing to evolve this story towards new innovative horizons, with a fresh design direction that reflects the cutting-edge electrification technology pioneered by Rimac Group. It is of utmost importance for us to preserve the stylistic DNA of a Bugatti, however our characterizing design identity continues to be authenticated by the means of form following performance. With new electrified technologies, our design focus will change by necessity, ushering in a proportion perfectly honed to both the excitement of the combustion engine and the instantaneous power of the electric drivetrain. I am also very excited to help evolve the Rimac brand and design DNA, which, in a relatively short time, has already received global recognition.”

Emilio Scervo, CTO at Bugatti Rimac, said: “The Veyron and Chiron were of the same family but now we have the opportunity to establish a new lineage as part of the Bugatti Rimac era. With the world-leading performance electrification expertise, pioneered in the Rimac Nevera, and the unrivaled combustion engine innovation of the Chiron, the possibilities for unleashing new levels of ability and performance are almost endless. Working hand in hand with Achim will enable us to deliver engineering works of art; a modern synthesis of beauty and performance, emotional engagement and engineering prowess.

“Our aim is to pursue the best materials and the latest technologies, but also the finest and boldest minds, and with our new facility in Berlin we believe we have the infrastructure in place to deliver on this fascinating challenge.”


March 31, 2022
Auction result

Aguttes online Auction, March 27, 2022, France

  • 1927 Bugatti Type 35C (R), Chassis no. 38343, Engine no. 219, Estimate: 300,000 - 400,000 €: Sold at 507,400€ (including premium)


March 24, 2022
Auction results

Artcurial Retromobile auction, March 18, 2022

  • 1920 Bugatti Type 13, Chassis n° 772, Engine n° 445, Estimate 250.000 - 350.000€: Sold at 268.200€ (including premium)
  • 1925 Bugatti T35B Reconstruction by Ventoux Moteurs Engineering, Chassis n° 4617, Estimate 400.000 - 600.000€: Sold at 655.600€ (including premium)
  • 1926 Bugatti 37A ex-Jacques Dufilho, Chassis n° 37211, Engine n° 114, Estimate 900.000 - 1.200.000 €: Sold at: 894.000 €
  • 1928 Bugatti T44 Faux Cabriolet par Labourdette, Chassis n° 44342, Engine n° 76, Estimate 300.000 - 400.000€: Sold at: 336.144€
  • 1928 Bugatti T35/51 Reconstruction "Petit Coupé Friderich", Chassis n° 4775, Estimate 250.000 - 350.000€: Sold at: 333.760 €
  • 1935 Bugatti Type 57, replica "Aérolithe" body, Chassis n° 57104, Estimate 1.500.000 - 3.000.000€: Not sold (maximum bid 1.3 M)
  • 1936 Bugatti T57 Galibier, Chassis n° 57363, Engine n° 57331/234, Estimate 250.000 - 300.000€: Sold at: 306.344 €

Artcurial Retromobile auction (automobilia), March 19, 2022

  • Bugatti mechanics toolbox, circa 1930, estimate 3.000 - 5.000€: Sold at: 6.560€
  • Portrait of Ettore Bugatti, Original plaster by Christine Blanc, estimate 2.000 - 2.000€: Sold at: 1.574 €
  • Ettore Bugatti technical sketch, dated 8-8-1940, estimate 600 - 600€: Sold at: 2.624 €
  • AutoRail WR Double "SNCF", large scale (1:10) model, estimate 20.000 - 30.000 €: Sold at: 86.592 €
  • Jaeger- Bugatti 8-day clock, estimate 1.000 - 1.500 €: Sold at: 2.624 €
  • Géo HAM lithographie: Louis Chiron au Grand Prix d'Antibes 1928, estimate 700 - 1000 €: Sold at: 918 €


Bugatti news

March 19, 2022
The double T30 Bugatti still exists, and will be on show at Essen from 23-27 March

At Retromobile I spoke with the author of a book on Bugatti's in Spain, which will be published next year.

He told me that the Bugatti Type 30 with two engines as shown in the picture above (shown on my website first in October 2018), and will in fact be shown to the public next week! The Techno Classica in Essen is open from March 23 to 27.

Àlex Vergés explained back then that the man at the wheel is José Tous, from Barcelona. The car is a T-30 which was registered initially to Francisco Samaranch.


Bugatti news

March 18, 2022
Interesting Carlo Bugatti 4-sided cabinet surfaces

This Cabinet, said to be ca. 1900 just surfaced and is offered on auction in Spain, on March 23. It is unlike anything I have seen before. The 4 surfaces would seem to be for sitting, but as they are sloping downward, I am quite convinced that that is not the case.

The Cabinet is in ebonised walnut wood, inlaid with pewter, copper and vellum, in the typical Carlo Bugatti style.

It is also signed "Bugatti"

  • There are slight cracks at some angles, as well as wear due to time and use.
  • This piece is in Italy and is awaiting an export permit.
  • It has small cracks in the corners.
  • Measurements: 80 x 80 x 100 cm.

Text from the auction:
Important and rare cabinet made by the Italian artist and designer Carlo Bugatti in the early 1900s. Bugatti's most creative and exotic production was made at the request of a demanding clientele who loved the new taste of the turn of the century, and this piece is a faithful example of this.

The curious structure of the present object shows a central body in the shape of a cross in which eight small doors are housed and which communicate with each other on the inside. The frame is supported by four points of support in the form of horseshoe arches which, in turn, culminate on three small columns. The upper part, meanwhile, is made up of another body in the shape of a cross, this time rotating, from which drawers emerge at each end.

This piece of design is a clear example of the "Bugatti style", where the orientalist taste enriches the whole piece. From the small columns whose shafts are decorated with copper sheets embossed with natural motifs, to the arches, which feature subtle pewter birds, as well as the kufic motifs that accompany them.

In addition, the goldsmith's work on the copper plates deserves special attention, as each of them contains a different ornamental treatment, both in the centres of the horseshoe arches and those that decorate the inside of each of the doors of the central body.

Finally, the mobile part, which crowns the entire structure, is finely enriched by arcades that are always decorated by means of the handcrafted process of inlaying, from which birds, kufic script and vegetal elements continue to emerge. This cabinet represents one of the most exquisite and rare works of the Italian designer's production.

Carlo Bugatti showed his creative and artistic talents from an early age and was enrolled by his father at the Brera Academy, where he met the artist Giovanni Segantini, and subsequently attended the Ecole de Beax-Arts in Paris. Later, in the late 1970s, Bugatti worked for the cabinetmaker Mentasti, owner of the Piccolo Stabilimento di Lavorazione del Legno in Via San Marco, Milan.

From 1888 onwards, there is evidence of a Bugatti workshop in Via Castelfidardo 6, Milan. In the same year, Carlo established himself as a cabinetmaker at the Italian Exhibition in London. His furniture is unique, using precious woods as well as ivory, copper, mother-of-pearl, camel and fallow deer hide. These creations were particularly appreciated and harmonised well with the exotic and Moorish taste typical of the time. As early as 1890, the famous cabinetmaker had opened a studio-workshop in Paris, where, at the Universal Exhibition of 1900, his furniture was awarded prizes marking the international triumph of Art Nouveau.

Settling in Paris in 1903, he met the art dealer and founder Adrien A. Hebrard (1865-1937), who persuaded him to devote himself to sculpture, commissioning objects and ornaments from him, including a fantastic bestiary which Hebrard exhibited in his gallery in 1907. After leaving Paris in 1910, Bugatti moved to Pierrerfonds in the Oise, where he became mayor. The last years of his life were marked by dramatic events, such as the suicide of his son Rembrandt in 1916, the death of his daughter Deanice and finally that of his wife Therese. In 1935 he decided to move to Alsace, to Molsheim, where his son Ettore had opened the famous Bugatti car factory, and where he died in April 1940.

More info


March 11, 2022
Auction result

Silverstone Auctions RAF Museum London Season Opener, March 6, 2022

  • 1948 CDL Chorlton Special, Guide Price: £100,000 - £140,000: Not sold

Now available at a price of £108,100


March 7, 2022
Auctions results

Bonhams', Amelia Island Auction, March 3, 2022

  • 1938 Bugatti Type 57C Stelvio Gangloff, Chassis no. 57748, Estimate: US$1,300,000 - US$1,700,000: Not sold
Gooding & Company, Amelia Island Auction, March 4, 2022

  • 1939 Bugatti Type 57C Galibier Chassis 57752, Estimate $400,000 - $500,000: Sold for $434,000
RM Auctions, Amelia Island Auction, March 5, 2022

  • 1937 Bugatti Type 57 Cabriolet Chassis 57156, Estimate: €550,000 - €700,000, Sold for $582,500
  • 1994 Bugatti EB110 GT Prototype, Chassis No. ZA9AB01E0NCD39012 Estimate: $2,000,000 - $2,500,000, Sold for $2,100,000
  • 2019 Bugatti Chiron Sport, Chassis No. VF9SP3V34KM795215 Estimate: $3,000,000 - $3,300,000, Sold for $3,360,000

February 3, 2022
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RM Sothebys Auction Paris, France, February 2, 2022

  • 1994 Bugatti EB 110 GT France, Chassis n° ZA9AB01S0RCD39095, Sold for €1,805,000

Bonhams Auction, Les Grandes Marques du Monde au Grand Palais, Paris, France, February 3, 2022

  • 1926 Bugatti T40 Torpedo Sport, Coachwork by Lavocat & Marsaud, Chassis no. 40169, Estimate € 280,000 - 350,000: Sold for € 287,500 inc. premium
  • 1935 Bugatti T57 VanVooren cabriolet, Chassis NO. 57287, Engine NO. 213, Estimate € 700,000 - 800,000: Sold for € 770,500 inc. premium
  • 1936 Bugatti T57C Ventoux streamline, Chassis no. 57335 Engine no. 340, Estimate € 1,600,000 - 2,000,000: Not sold
  • 1938 Bugatti T57C Stelvio Gangloff, Chassis no. 57678 Engine no. C41, Estimate € 800,000 - 1,200,000: Not sold
  • 1996 Bugatti EB110 GT, Chassis NO. ZA9AB01E0PCD39050, Engine NO. 00050, Estimate € 1,100,000 - 1,300,000, Sold for € 1,817,000 inc. premium

Interesting to see that the classic Bugatti's struggle to sell, with both more expensive ones not sold. The EB110GT's though fetch prices which up to recently were for EB110SS's, when the GT's from Artioli's era until not too long ago were in the million Euro range...


January 26, 2022
Bugatti Chiron and derivatives sold out!

Mate Rimac: Next Bugatti to be powered by an internal combustion engine...

It's over, there are no more Bugattis for sale....
Bugatti had a record year 2021. Technically, there is not a single new Bugatti left for sale.

The French manufacturer, like other prestige car manufacturers, had an exceptional year in 2021 in terms of sales. By doing so, there are technically no more new Bugattis for sale.

It's over for the story of the Chiron and its extended range. The French manufacturer has announced the sale of the last copies. Bugatti acted quickly since, on October 26, it was announced that there were 40 copies left for sale. In the space of a few weeks, these 40 cars, whose unit base price exceeds 4 million dollars, have found takers.

With this announcement, the total number of units sold in 2021 is therefore 150, an absolute record for Bugatti of the modern era. Bugatti maintains that, of this number, there are 63% of first buyers of a car from the brand. At the same time, for the well-known people of the Molsheim company, the 40 Bolides unveiled just last August as part of the “The Quail” festivities on the sidelines of Pebble Beach are all sold as well. It must be remembered that individuals who have the opportunity to get their hands on the Bolide must already own a Chiron. The “general public” did not have access to it.

To date, deliveries of the Divo have been completed. The “La Voiture Noire”, a one-of-a-kind automobile priced at US$18.7 million, has found its owner. The manufacturer is now concentrating on assembling the Super Sport 300+ with some 60 examples, all of which have also been sold. Subsequently, it will be the turn of the Centodieci in 10 copies to go through the Bugatti workshops. At the same time, we expect to see Bolides emerge from time to time for impatient customers.

Bugatti will therefore still be busy over the next few years with vehicles whose technical characteristics are often unique from one car to another. As an indication, Bugatti is proud to have delivered 80 examples to its customers in 2021. On the count, all production based on the Chiron is limited to 500 cars.

With an absence of models for sale, Bugatti is now looking to the future and, most importantly, to its merger with Croatian electric hypercar manufacturer, Rimac. After the Chiron and its derivatives, we will no longer speak strictly of Bugatti, but of Bugatti Rimac as a single manufacturer. The new boss, Mate Rimac, is more than confident about the fate of this prestigious company:

“We will surprise you, especially with features never seen on other cars, and we will push even further in the direction of combustion engines.

The quality and personality of the Bugatti brand will remain intact, faithful to its origins, but geared towards growth. It is Bugatti Rimac's commitment and mine to keep this promise, which is non-negotiable.

Bugatti's mastery will be continued and we also intend to improve it. I also promise, as a lover of cars, technology and engines, to seek only the best, something that can inspire new generations."

Mate Rimac, CEO of Bugatti-Rimac

As an enthusiast and aware of the stakes, the 33-year-old has promised that the new hypercar will not be a rebadged Rimac Nevera. Nor will it be a deep restyling of the Chiron, nor a hybrid version of said hypercar.

Obviously, Bugatti Rimac has some surprises in store for us in the future. Recent history shows us that this manufacturer plays in its own league when it comes to performance and exclusivity. We will soon see a whole new chapter written on the most prestigious of automobile brands.


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Until ??, 2022 Bugatti Trust summer exhibition Prescott Hill, Gotherington, Cheltenham, UK

Jean Bugatti - A celebration of his life and Influence on the Bugatti Type 57

The exhibition will include cars, artefacts, historic documents and photographs as well as original film footage from our archives. Including a presentation of the Bugatti Atlantic.

  • Jean Bugatti - The Type 57S Aérolithe and Atlantic
  • Bugatti Atlantic - The four cars produced
  • The history of the Holzschuch Atlantic 57473 - on display

Bugatti Trust website


Until September 18, 2022 Bugatti Type 57 SC Atlantic Showcased at the Guggenheim Museum "MOTION. AUTOS, ART, ARCHITECTURE" Bilbao, Spain

Artistic talent runs deeply throughout the Bugatti family. The art world views Rembrandt Bugatti – brother of company founder Ettore – as one of the most notable and artistically independent sculptors of the early 20th century. His pieces are now on display in several collections and museums across the world. Ettore Bugatti saw the creativity behind his legendary automobiles as an artistic process – a passion he passed on to his son, Jean, which led him to design some of the most elegant and timeless automotive shapes ever conceived. The automobile that is considered by many to be Jean’s crowning achievement is the Type 57 SC Atlantic, regarded as the most valuable and exclusive automobile in the world, which is now granted center stage at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao as part of a new automotive exhibition.

Situated within the northern Spanish city of Bilbao, the titanium architecture of the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao places it among some of the most spectacular buildings in continental Europe. Known for its displays of modern and contemporary art, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is now the host of a new exhibition named "Motion. Autos, Art, Architecture" that has been personally curated by renowned British architect, Norman Foster, celebrating and investigating the parallels between the automotive world and that of art.

Bringing together a collection of around 40 of the automotive industry’s most beautiful, exclusive and technically innovative creations, Bugatti’s legendary Type 57 SC Atlantic is among the hand-picked selection for its breathtaking proportions. Appearing in the “Sculptures” gallery of the exhibition, the Type 57 SC Atlantic’s engineering excellence alongside its distinctive flowing lines were noted when the automobile was chosen for display, having been shaped by Bugatti’s craftspeople – artists in their own right. Fittingly, the Type 57 SC Atlantic is situated next to the celebrated “Walking Panther” sculpture by Rembrandt Bugatti himself within the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao.

The Type 57 SC Atlantic in question is one of two original surviving examples. Loaned to the exhibition by the Mullin Automotive Museum in California, the 1936 automobile was the first unit built, originally for British banker Victor Rothschild. Fashion designer Ralph Lauren is the owner of the last Atlantic produced – of a total of four – and the only other surviving original model. The third-made was involved in a serious collision in 1955, almost entirely destroying the car. It has since been restored using as many original parts as possible, but many of the components had to be made from new.

Jean Bugatti created the second-made Atlantic for his personal use – now infamously known as the “La Voiture Noire”, missing since 1938 and presumed lost during the Second World War. Its disappearance is one of the great mysteries in the history of the automobile. Experts estimate the value of the Atlantic at more than €100 million – if it ever appears again.

President of Bugatti, Christophe Piochon, commented: “The Type 57 SC Atlantic, despite being created by Jean Bugatti over 80 years ago, remains one of the greatest pieces of automotive design ever conceived – there are very few cars in existence that command such a presence. It is the very definition of the automobile transcending into the world of art, making it the ideal specimen to illustrate our brand’s heritage and design philosophies at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao.”

‘State-of-the-Art’
Jean Bugatti began to modernize the French luxury brand’s models from the late 1920s with his passion and talent for automotive design, before being handed the keys to his father’s company in 1936.

Jean designed the Type 57 as a production car and as a racing variant: the ultimate grand tourisme. The range included various engine options and bodies such as the Galibier (four-door saloon), Stelvio (convertible), Ventoux (two-door saloon) and Atlantic (coupé). By the time production had come to a halt in 1940, about 800 Type 57 models in the different versions had left the factory hall.

However, only four Atlantic models were ever made between 1936 and 1938, adding to its mystical allure and exclusivity. When it first appeared, its body was already strikingly beautiful. The wheels stand out from the body and the bonnet is extremely long for a car with an overall length of only 3.70 meters.

The rear end flows down in an oval shape extending almost to the ground. Six thin tailpipes complete the rear view. An outstanding design feature is a raised seam running vertically from the hinge in the split bonnet to the tail. Like a sharp fin, it divides the body in the middle. Rivets hold the split metal sheets in place.

The Atlantic is powered by a near-silent, robust 3.3-liter straight-eight engine producing up to 200 PS and a top speed in excess of 200 km/h. This was during an era when horse-drawn carts still featured prominently on many roads.


Until September, 2022 All seven Bugatti's Type 101 on display at the Schlumpf museum Mulhouse, France

For the first time ever, all 7 type 101 Bugattis are gathered together, and will remain on public display at the Musée National de l'Automobile, collection Schlumpf until the Bugatti Festival in September.

The occasion is a book on the subject of the type 101.


June 25, 2022 Proxibid / Henderson Auction Birmingham, Alabama, USA

  • 1939 Bugatti T57C Gangloff Coupé, 57524, Opening Bid: USD 1,000.00
Replica body after original Gangloff design.

Offered without reserve

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June 26, 2022 Aguttes Auction France

  • "1926" Bugatti Type 35A Replica, Estimate: 280,000 - 380,000 EUR

Pierre Dellière, a native of Avignon, did his military service in Indochina in the early 1950’s. He had always been a mechanics fanatic, so he bought a Vespa there, which he decided to bring back to France once he was demobilized. There follows an incredible journey of 16,000km and three months, to Paris, with his share of adventure and encounters. This journey, worthy of the greatest adventurers, attests to Pierre’s incredible character. Back in civilian life, the inimitable Provencal opens a garage... Vespa, before settling in Orgon, in Bouchesdu-Rhône, at the edge of the National 7. If he was one of the founding members of the Ecurie des Trapadelles, he also quickly became known to the pioneers of the collection with his famous Automobile Museum, one of the first of its kind in France. Amilcar C6, Simca Deho, Ferrari 250 SWB: our bulimic mechanic restores, drives and exhibits at all costs. The trigger for Bugatti came early on, when his friend and neighbor, the driver Maurice Trintignant, asked him to restore his famous Bugatti Grand Prix (chassis #51128). Pierre quickly became one of the first French - and worldwide - specialists of the Molsheim brand, and more particularly of the Grand Prix (Type 37 and 35) that he loved so much. He was one of the first, along with the BOC (Bugatti Owners Club in England), to offer a catalog of remanufactured parts, from the chassis to the bodywork, including the rims and the tank.

In 1990, he bought a rebuilding project from one of his customers, mostly made of parts he had supplied, which he completed and finished. He opted for the most beautiful Bugatti Grand Prix, a Type 35 A, which is characterized by its slim radiator (the 8-cylinder engine with two carburetors is much less calorific than the compressor versions). He registers the car in 1991, via the French Federation of Collection Vehicles, using a five-digit “horssérie” number, the fruit of his imagination (the assurance that there is no duplication...). He will then travel all over Europe driving this pretty Bugatti painted in “French blue”, and registered 2253 QN 13. The engine was rebuilt in the early 2000’s by Laurent Rondoni, the famous Bugatti specialist from Carpentras. With its long-stroke 5-plain bearing crankshaft, the engine, which has a displacement of 2.3 liters (an original Type 35 A engine has a short-stroke 3-bearing crankshaft, for a displacement of 2 liters), offers surprising performance for a version without a compressor...

When Pierre Dellière passed away, the car remained immobilized in the famous Provencal museum, one of his sons, Pierre Dellière Junior, using it occasionally. With a dirty fuel tank, leaking gas valve and water pipe, Pierre Dellière’s famous Bugatti needed a minor mechanical overhaul before taking to the roads of Europe’s biggest events. The more perfectionist will also focus on giving it a more appropriate hood and hood cheeks (when the car was equipped with an additional electric fan to be adapted to modern traffic, the radiator had to be moved forward a few centimeters, and it recovered an old Type 35 B hood). We are offering you the opportunity to acquire a high performance Bugatti Grand Prix, well known to Bugattists and the Club, naturally with a patina after more than 30 years of existence. All this for less than one fifth of the value of an authentic Type 35 A...

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July 3, 2022 Alexandre Landre Auction France

  • Pur Sang Bugatti T37A
Serial number type : 40357 (not sure if these are original Molsheim papers of chassis 40537, which does not exist anymore)

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July 16 - 17, 2022 100 years commemoration of Grand Prix de l'ACF, Strasbourg Duppigheim, France

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August 19, 2022 Bonhams' Quail Lodge auction Auburn, USA

  • 1938 Bugatti Type 57C Atalante Gangloff Chassis no. 57767

    • Rare and desirable, factory supercharged example of Jean Bugatti's Atalante masterpiece
    • A stunningly original car, with great measures taken to preserve its original finishes
    • Outstanding provenance, including 1938 Paris Salon exhibition and 60 years in singular ownership
    • Fastidiously documented, with factory letters from E. Bugatti and report from Pierre-Yves Laugier
    • Matching-numbers example, retaining its original aluminum bodywork and interior

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August 19-20, 2022 RM-Sotheby's Monterey Auction California, USA

Offered from Masterworks of Design:
  • 1913 Bugatti Type 15 Tourer by Chauvet, Chassis no. 580, Offered Without Reserve
  • 1925 Bugatti Type 30 Tourer, Chassis No. 4725, Offered Without Reserve (auctioned March 5, 2020: Not sold)
  • 1936 Bugatti Type 57 Stelvio, Chassis No. 57406, Engine No. 286, Gearbox No. 68C
  • 1936 Bugatti Type 57 Cabriolet in the Style of Gangloff, Chassis No. 57668
  • 1939 Bugatti Type 57C Cabriolet by Gangloff, Chassis No. 57769

Offered from the Oscar Davis Collection:

  • 1928 Bugatti Type 43A Roadster by Lavocat et Marsaud, Chassis No. 43233, Engine No. 62
  • 1932 Bugatti Type 55 Roadster in the style of Jean Bugatti, Chassis No. 55219, Engine No. 11
  • 1938 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster in the style of Corsica, Chassis No. 57601
  • 1939 Bugatti Type 57C Aravis Special Cabriolet by Gangloff, Chassis No. 57798, Engine No. 431
  • 1939 Bugatti Type 57C Cabriolet in the style of Corsica, Chassis No. 57838, Engine No. 105C

In 1928, the Davis family—including three-year-old Oscar—emigrated from Budapest, Hungary, to the United States, making their home in New York City. Shortly before his 18th birthday, Davis left school to enlist in the United States Army; he served through the end of the war in Europe, remaining in the conflict’s aftermath to oversee displaced persons camps. There, Davis, who was Jewish, located many Hungarian refugees, and some of his family members who had survived the Holocaust.

Returning to the United States, Davis pursued a career as a toolmaker, a trade taught to him by his father Isidor. In 1949, borrowing $1,500 from his father-in-law, he established the Oscar Davis Company, which produced specialty plastic fittings for the burgeoning industrial plastic pipe industry. He would sell the company in 1961. Then, in 1964, he purchased a Brooklyn, New York, machine shop that made metal swimming pool system components. Applying his knowledge in the use of industrial plastics to these products, Davis transformed the business that would become Hayward Industries into a global leader in the swimming pool industry, with more than 2,500 employees worldwide when he sold it in 2017.

In recognition of his lifetime of business achievement and service, Oscar Davis was awarded the Ellis Island Medal of Honor in 2002. Davis passed away in February 2021 at the age of 95; there can be no doubt that his was a life well-lived. In the midst of it all, he found the time to cultivate his passion for exquisite automobiles—a passion he pursued with vigor.

As with so many servicemen returning from the European Theater, Davis was captivated by the Continent’s shapely and athletic sports cars. A BMW 328 (said to have been purchased for the now-unthinkable price of $200) was his first acquisition in 1957, but with increasing business success came the ability to own a wider range of vehicles, including grand American classics. Unimpeachable quality and provenance were the throughlines of his collection, even as its focus evolved; in time, he would build one of the finest stables of pre- and post-war European performance machinery ever assembled.

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1913 Bugatti Type 15 Tourer by Chauvet, Chassis no. 580

1925 Bugatti Type 30 Tourer, Chassis No. 4725

1928 Bugatti Type 43A Roadster by Lavocat et Marsaud, Chassis No. 43233, Engine No. 62

1932 Bugatti Type 55 Roadster in the style of Jean Bugatti, Chassis No. 55219, Engine No. 11

1936 Bugatti Type 57 Stelvio, Chassis No. 57406, Engine No. 286, Gearbox No. 68C

1938 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster in the style of Corsica, Chassis No. 57601

1936 Bugatti Type 57 Cabriolet in the Style of Gangloff, Chassis No. 57668

1939 Bugatti Type 57C Cabriolet by Gangloff, Chassis No. 57769

1939 Bugatti Type 57C Aravis Special Cabriolet by Gangloff, Chassis No. 57798, Engine No. 431

1939 Bugatti Type 57C Cabriolet in the style of Corsica, Chassis No. 57838, Engine No. 105C

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August 20 - 21, 2022 Gooding & Co. Pebble Beach auction USA

  • 1931 Bugatti Type 51 Grand Prix, Chassis no. 51154

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September 1-3, 2022 Worldwide Auctioneers, the Auburn auction Auburn, USA

  • 1925 Bugatti Type 35A Grand Prix, Chassis No: 4631

    • Rare and thrilling opportunity to own a highly authentic and correct prewar racing icon
    • Documented by the American Bugatti Club; well-known by marque experts including David Sewell
    • Roster of former keepers includes Louis Chiron’s patron, Fred Hoffman
    • Raced in period by Bugatti concessionaire, Jean Ollivier
    • Competition history includes Provence Grand Prix in 1926
    • Documented restoration; toured over 4,000 miles through Europe in 2017
    • Winner, Monterey Cup race at Laguna Seca, 2009 “On the button” and ready to race, show, tour, and enjoy

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September 3, 2022 Gooding & Co. London auction UK

  • 1932 Bugatti Type 55 Cabriolet, Chassis no. 55230
  • 1937 Bugatti Type 57C Ventoux, Chassis no. 57506

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September 22 - 24, 2022 RM Sotheby's auction USA

The GENE PONDER COLLECTION; Offered entirely wothout reserve
  • 1938 Bugatti Type 57 Atlantic Replica by Erik Koux, Chassis No. 57654 (Sold at auction on February 8, 2019, for €852,936)
  • "1932" Bugatti Type 55 Super Sport Roadster Replica by Pur Sang, Chassis No. "55227"
  • "1930" Bugatti Type 35B Replica by Pur Sang, Engine No. 397BO, Chassis No. 397
  • "1936" Bugatti Type 57G 'Tank' Tribute, On 1953 Jaguar Chassis
  • 1957 Bugatti Type 252 Tribute, On 1952 Jaguar Chassis (LHD!)
  • Bugatti Children's Car, 5 (Five) different ones available, none original
  • Various benches and vices (probably not original)
  • Various radiator shells (don't seem to be original) and other parts
  • Bugatti Bronze by JP Nesse
  • Bugatti Bronze "Pur Sang" by Stanley Wanlass
  • Lot's of different automobilia
  • Many miniatures in various scales

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The "Pur Sang" sculture by Stanley Wanlass does not show in the above search


September 16 - 18, 2022 39th Festival Bugatti Molsheim, France


June 19 - 24, 2023 International Bugatti Meeting Engelberg, Switzerland

The IBM 2023 will take place in Engelberg from 19.06. - 24.06.2023.

Participants will arrive Sunday, June 18th.

We look forward to welcome around 80 Bugatti teams in central Switzerland. The registration forms will be available in the beginning of November.

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